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The Arapaho Thornless Blackberry Plant is a sturdy self-supporting blackberry plant that ripens earlier during the last of May, earlier than any other thorn-less cultivar selection, and the Arapaho blackberries are the earliest of the University of Arkansas researched releases of thornless blackberry bushes. The cone shaped berries are medium in size, and the clusters are large and loosely connected to the stems, containing numerous berries that ripen into delicious, juicy black globes that are embedded with sweet breaths of rich aromatic flavors. The strong canes of this thornless Arapaho Blackberry plants are vigorous, and the rhizomes spread rapidly underground that continuously multiply offset blackberry bushes that multiply to increase the yields for excellent yields of commercial blackberry production that makes the industry profitable.

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Blackberry plant February 11, 2016
Reviewer: Wilma Miller from Washington, OK United States  
I am satisfied with this plant...looks healthy and with a sturdy root.

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Arapaho Thornless Blackberry Plant January 13, 2016
Reviewer: Russell Farmer from Thomson, GA United States  
2 plants were nice, 4 plants were very small and puny, didn't look like they were 2 years old

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Arrived in great shape January 12, 2016
Reviewer: Harold Colvin from Flatgap, KY United States  
I received the these in 5 days after shipment.  They arrived in great shape with the roots moist.  Since we were having winter weather, I holed them up so I can wait for warmer weather to plant them.

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Too soon January 6, 2016
Reviewer: John Balkcum from Columbus, GA United States  
Put them in the ground 7 days ago. 1 tag for 4 plants, no instructions for planting with invoice and I was charged for shipping when the offer said free shipping.

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Blackberry plants December 21, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Browns Summit, NC United States  
Items arrived in a timely manner, well packaged and dormant. Stems were green and pruned to about 12" height with good root ball. Only time will tell about how they grow as it is December 21st and I just planted today.

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